Premature ejaculation (PE) is when a man climaxes too early: within one to two minutes or sometimes within 30 seconds after he enters his partner. Men who suffer from this condition feel they are unable to control their urge to ejaculate. Many men have some degree of premature ejaculation. Always climaxing too early or fast can be a cause of real distress. Men with premature ejaculation can become extremely frustrated and the condition can put a significant strain on their sex life.
Between 25% and 60% of men suffer from premature ejaculation on a regular basis. Especially the lack of control over ejaculation is perceived as distressing. Premature ejaculation may be so bad that a man cannot be touched on the penis without quickly ejaculating. This can interfere with a healthy sex life - and a healthy relationship. Fortunately, premature ejaculation can be treated with different medications.
There is an oral medicine available for premature ejaculation: Priligy. This medicine helps to increase the time it takes to ejaculate and improves control over the ejaculation.